One time a drunk friend described there being--in addition to the metaphorically typical two sides of the coin--a third side which combined both of the other two, and usually that is the side I'm on.
A concisely representative self-summary is hard, it turns out.
Reading/drawing/playing music/writing/moving my body
Thinking shit through and figuring shit out
Growing (some of) my hair out
Being a renaissance person
Sticking it to the man
Playing, in general
Cutting my own hair
Packing and inventory
Reflecting and mirroring
Asking pointed questions
Creating spaces/interior decorating
Appreciating puns, limericks, dad jokes
Metaphor, especially body and science metaphors
Most currently: my brilliant friend/elena ferrante; cruddy/lynda barry; on beauty/zadie smith; start where you are/pema chodron; the ethical slut; trauma stewardship; jorge amado; notes from no man's land/eula biss; the Fifth Book of Peace/Maxine Hong Kingston; Autobiography of Red/Anne Carson; 7 Nights/Jorge Luis Borges
Always: Just So Stories/Rudyard Kipling; The Phantom Tollbooth/Norton Juster; Cosmicomics/Italo Calvino; The Everyday Language of White Racism/Jane Hill; the Times, but with some grains of salt.
Fur; Cradle Will Rock; The King of Hearts; Disney's Robin Hood; Wet Hot American Summer; The Pink Panther (Peter Sellers, duh); The Brave Little Toaster; Newsies; the Marat/Sade; nature docus; Target Women; TED talks of Brene Brown.
Folk, blues, soul, hip hop, canto popular, new weird america, ladies who don't always try to make their voices sound pretty, people who speak truth to power and feelings, radio top forties, Radiolab, Radiotopia, Democracy Now!
Roots & rises
Verbal and written and movement processing
Tastes and textures of food, and being able to eat with my fingers
TLC (the band, the care, the love, and especially the tenderness)
Listening to, moving to, and making music
Not choosing only six things
Feeling thankful and lucky
You're pretty queer, regardless of who you do.
You're down with non-monogamy.